Long Day's Journey into Night

Wyndham's Theatre

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Monday - Saturday 7pm, Wednesday & Saturday 1pm


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Wyndham's Theatre

Charing Cross Road
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See the highly anticipated production of Long Day’s Journey into Night, starring Brian Cox in the lead role, at the Wyndham’s Theatre.

Experience what  is considered the greatest American play of the 20th century, written by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Eugene O’Neills. Immerse yourself in the tangled web of chaotic family relationships inspired by the author’s own experiences.

What is Long Day's Journey into Night about?

It’s the summer of 1912 in the Connecticut home of the Tyrone family, a household not without its own struggles. Follow a day in their life as a series of relationships unfold, with a  mix of love, hate, betrayal and addiction. As the day progresses, the family becomes involved in a series of bitter arguments and revelations, exposing resentments and unspoken truths that have long been buried under the surface.

Take a deep  dive into the lives of the Tyrone family members: James, the patriarch and aging actor; Mary, the fragile matriarch battling addiction; Jamie, the cynical and alcoholic eldest son; and Edmund, the compulsive and idealistic younger son.

In the midst of this tumultuous night, the play highlights moments of tenderness and vulnerability in the face of the family's insurmountable struggles, as the wounds of the past are laid bare. Considered the greatest American play of the 20th century, Long Day's Journey into Night continues to resonate with audiences today, exploring themes of love, loss and the search for identity.

Long Day's Journey into Night cast and production

James Tyrone, played by Succession star Brian Cox plays yet another imposing figure of a patriarch of a dysfunctional family witnessing the fragility of family bonds. Mary Tyrone, played by Sharp Objects Emmy Award-winning actress Patricia Clarkson, was once a vibrant personality who now struggles with the ghosts of her past. 

Laurie Kynaston (Fool Me Once, The Sandman) plays Admund Tyrone alongside Daryl McCormack (Good luck to you, Leo Grande) portraying James Tyrone Jr.

How to book tickets for Long Day's Journey into Night

You can purchase your tickets for Long Day's Journey into Night via the booking button on this page. When booking, you can select your preferred seats and view ticket prices for this London exclusive show.

The play is currently scheduled to run until 8 June 2024.

How long is the show?

The running time is yet to be confirmed, with the play written in four acts.

When are the matinees taking place?

Long Day’s Journey into Night matinees take place on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 1pm.

When are the evening performances scheduled for?

The evening performances of Long Day’s Journey into Night are scheduled to take place Mondays to Saturdays at 7pm.

Where is the play showing on the West End?

The play Long Day’s Journey into Night is currently playing at the Wyndham’s Theatre, on Charing Cross Road.

How to get there:

  • Tube: Charing Cross and Leicester Square are the closest tube stations, on the Bakerloo, Piccadilly and Northern lines.
  • Bus: A few bus lines (24, N5, N20, N29 and N279) stop by Leicester Square, a few steps away from the theatre.
  • Cycling: Rent a Santander bike and head to St Martin’s Street on the West End, where you can find Santander bike docks.

Is there an age restriction?

The play is recommended for anyone aged 12 years and older. Children under the age of four will not be admitted inside the auditorium. Please note that the show contains themes of distress and drug use.

What other shows can I watch in London?

Immerse yourself in a classic murder mystery, the oldest Agatha Christie play produced in London, with The Mousetrap , now at the St Martins Theatre. Or see The Hills of California and delve into the fate of the Webb sisters at the Harold Pinter Theatre.